AMU Gets 213 Crore for its Murshidabad and Malappuram Centres

  • Posted on: 9 May 2013
  • By: Tarique Khan

The Ministry for Human Resource Development, Government of India has sanctioned about 105 Crores for AMU Malappuram Centre in Kerala and 108 Crores for Murshidabad Centre in West Bengal.

The decision was taken in a Finance Committee meeting chaired by Mr. Ashok Thakur, Secretary, MHRD. AMU Pro-Vice Chancellor, Brigadier S. Ahmad Ali, Finance Officer, Mrs. Yasmeen Jalal Beg and OSD, AMU Centres, Prof. Jawaid Akhtar were also present in the meeting.

In the meeting it was decided that school level education will be started in the two centres. Initially teaching for Class IX will be commenced with an intake of 90 students at both the centres.

Further, a B. Ed. Course will also be introduced at both the centres with an intake of 60 students. Presently, both these centres are conducting BALLB and MBA courses.

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